Arnold Schwarzenegger - Arnold Schwarzenegger And Boris Johnson Take To The Skies In Cable Car
London mayor Boris Johnson unveiled the latest development to London's transport system as he took former Californian Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger on a ride across the Thames in the new cable car system that connects either side of the city.
Bozza and Arnie took to the latest addition to London's famous transport system after watching the US 'Dream Team' triumph to a gold medal in the basketball final on Sunday (August 12th) afternoon. Although initially opening in June, the cable cars have maximized their potential and justified their necessity having carried an average of 20,000 passengers a day during the Olympic Games. Schwarzenegger, who was in the nation's capital to promote his new film The Expendables 2, was eager to try out the new conveyer as a firm from his native Austria were in charge of the build.
The Hollywood star and former politician was full of praise for the Games that were coming to a close on the day of his visit, saying: "The Olympics have been thrilling to watch, and the city has really stepped up to the plate to highlight the greatness of athletic spirit." The former 'Governator' was also full of praise for the 'Boris Bikes' that have been established in the city since 2010, commending their practicality and convenience.